Liverpool news : Liverpool to subsidise fans after Barcelona ticket prices confirmed

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Liverpool have cut the cost of tickets for their supporters travelling to the Champions League semi-final showdown with Barcelona.  The Catalan giants confirmed that tickets for away fans for the first leg at the Nou Camp on May 1 would cost £103 (€119).  Liverpool, who have been given an allocation of 4,620, had hoped to agree a lower reciprocal price like they did with FC Porto in the last round but Barcelona weren’t interested. Video Loading Video Unavailable Click to play Tap to play The video will start in 8Cancel Play now  As a result Liverpool have decided to also charge Barca fans £103 for the second leg at Anfield on May 7 and then use the extra revenue to subsidise away ticket costs by €31 (£27). That brings the price down to €88 (£76).  Manchester United adopted the same policy for their quarter-final clash with Barca after their fans were hit with the same sky-high prices. Follow all the latest Liverpool news and transfer rumours HERE  A LFC statement read: “The club believes parity of pricing is the most logical approach and remains committed to working with UEFA, ECA (European Club Association) and other member clubs with a view to introducing a more structured ticket pricing process for Champions League matches.”  Porto were set to charge Reds fans €85 for a ticket in the away end of the Estadio do Dragao this week but that was lowered to €60 (£52) following constructive talks between the two clubs.


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